For years, whispers have suggested power schools would form their own collegiate establishment by separating from the NCAA.
What many have assumed would occur has begun its onslaught upon the most powerful of collegiate sports — the coronavirus is sinking its teeth into football.
The former UNLV football player talks extensively for the first time about nearly being paralyzed in a 2018 win against Prairie View A&M.
There has been no official update regarding the status of two nonconference UNLV football games for the 2020 season at Allegiant Stadium.
It won’t help UNLV’s new football coach beat Boise State, but first impressions can certainly work wonders in terms of how a community will support a program which has rarely succeeded.
Tony Sanchez did everything but win at UNLV, setting the program on a path for success more than anyone else who held his position. He defeated UNR on Saturday in his final game.
Landing a coach with supreme name recognition is exactly the path UNLV should travel in football, one that could ultimately affect all other sports in a positive manner.
Tony Sanchez, fired with one game remaining in his fifth season as Rebels football coach, leaves the program in much better shape than anyone who has held the job.
The public address announcer is as synonymous with UNLV as anything scarlet and gray, a significant part of the historic fabric that defines Rebels athletics.
The growing pains that are Kenyon Oblad as UNLV’s starting quarterback continued Saturday, as two second-half interceptions played a major role in a 21-7 loss to Hawaii.